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a7b47e49a48ced1f5073b526621605f8abfa1cee — Martin Angers 3 years ago 3f7edc1 v0.1.0-1 v0.1.2-1
Add a note on why sudo is required to delete tulip project
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@@ 78,7 78,9 @@ After running the command, you should manually:
* Approve the `.envrc` file by running `direnv allow .`
* Bring the database up by running `docker-compose up`

Once the postgresql database has completed its initial setup and the direnv file has been approved, you should be able to connect to the database with `psql` by running the command without any argument (the environment variables and the `run/secrets/pgpass` file take care of everything).
Once the postgresql database has completed its initial setup and the direnv file has been approved, you should be able to connect to the database with `psql` by running the command without any argument (the environment variables and the `run/secrets/pgpass` file take care of the connection options).

Note that if, for some reason, you want to remove your project's repository, you will have to use `sudo` to remove the `db/postgres/data` directory, as this is mounted as the data volume in the Docker image and its content is owned by the user in the Docker image.

# Installation